Promises, promises! Mentoring is not as promised, unreasonable amounts of patients per day, can’t turn away walk-ins even if you are in surgery, no time for a lunch break but you are required to clock out, continue working, then clock back in. Supposed PTO but to take days off you are expected to work extra days for other doctors. Poor work culture-welcome back to junior high! Factory medicine, better off working in a factory....at least you are paid for the hours worked, you receive actual breaks, and receive actual days off. A large part of your day is selling wellness plans. Good luck meeting production.... ridiculous math! Pay is based on production; as an example, you receive $0 production for exams on patients on wellness plans! Minimum $2400 billed services/ day. if not, you guessed it- not meeting production! Further, you are forced to push all sorts of ad ons, many increase hospital revenue but add nothing to your daily production. Sense a trend? Absolutely, money is everything to this company! Yes, I said company, quite a stretch to call it a practice. And oh, couldn’t meet production because of the fuzzy math? Base pay shrinks! Better no job than this. Corporate medicine is destroying our profession.
Forced to practice substandard medicine